Join us on February 18th for an online conversation about what modern slavery is, why efforts to tackle it have failed so far and what needs to be done to effectively combat it.
On February 15th SPERI and the Department of Politics & International Relations will co-host an event with Professor Vivien Schmidt to discuss her new book Europe’s Crisis of Legitimacy
We are very pleased to welcome Leah Downey to SPERI as a visiting doctoral researcher from Harvard University. Leah will be a visiting researcher at SPERI during 2021.
SPERI has today published the second report from a UK-wide research project designed to map and monitor responses to concerns about food access during the COVID-19 outbreak.
SPERI is delighted to publish a new research brief ‘Committed to Peace: The Potential of Former FARC-EP Midlevel Commanders as Local Leaders in the Peace Process’ by Dr Anastasia Shesterinina.
A second landmark Special Issue exploring blind spots in the field of International Political Economy has been published in New Political Economy
SPERI’s Doctoral Researcher Network (DRN) has hosted its annual introductory event for the new semester, and has announced plans to host two further events this semester.
A landmark Special Issue exploring blind spots in the field of International Political Economy has been published
A new OECD report written by SPERI’s Michael Jacobs calls on governments to prioritise environmental sustainability, economic resilience, reducing inequality and improving wellbeing
Professor Genevieve LeBaron has been awarded new grants to investigate the impact of COVID-19 on supply chain workers and inequality.
A new report which draws on SPERI research and analysis provides new evidence about the public’s attitudes on public spending, wealth and tax.